Once a formal complaint has been filed with the local authority, an environmental health official would be sent to the housing unit to examine the problem and how best to manage it. As part of their study, they can measure the noise level. However, there is no defined level where noise is considered a “legal nuisance.” In the event of repeated violations, landlords may offer healing or termination to tenants, forcing them to stop the behaviour that is subject to the tenancy agreement until a break-up or eviction date. If the noise still does not stop, the owners may be forced to drive out the tenant. If their behaviour affects the quality of life of other tenants, it is better to free the property from the problem rather than lose other respectful tenants. It is recommended that the magistrate`s administrator be asked to take legal action. Before the trial, you must inform the person responsible in writing of the noise of your intention to take the matter to court. The person responsible for noise disturbances must consult in writing a three-day delay before any proceedings. It is advisable to include in the rental agreement a clause relating to excessive noise and periods of calm. Quiet hours are usually between 11pm and 7am, but you can adjust it if necessary. If a tenant makes excessive noise or repeated noise during quiet hours, he violates his rental contract and you have reason to drive him away. If your tenant has guests for barbecue during the day. B, this is no reason to complain about the noise, unless it takes until the early hours of the morning.
The conversation with the alleged noise creator is the next step. They may not know that they have disturbed other tenants, or they cannot apologize. One way or another, landlords should draw the tenant`s attention to the fact that there is a noise complaint against them. If this is their first offence, a warning may suffice. As part of the rental orientation, the landlord should review all essential tenancy clauses with the new tenant, highlighting the rules and rules of tenancy, including noise limitations, rest periods and the consequences of a rule violation. The landlord should point out to the tenant that the tenant, by signing the tenant on the tenancy agreement, recognizes his understanding and consent to his terms and conditions. A tenant should also understand that he is responsible for the behavior of his clients and compliance with the rules and regulations while the customers are on the rented property.